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Jan 27, 2013 8:00am PST
, they would have said that's just fine. there are times when inevitably if tommy smith and john carlos give it this at give it this at the '96 olympics. steroids, whatever it may be -- >> there's no separating the two, you say. >> there are times when, when sports becomes not only a place, but at times the place to talk about certain social issues. >> when you deliver that commentary, you chose largely to quote someone else, jason whitlock. why did you do that as opposed to saying here is what i, bob costas, think. >> if i thought what they said was worthwhile. in this case because i had so little time, i thought what whitlock said was worthy, plus, he's from kansas city, although this is not entirely a problem as it relates to football that is connected to african-american players, the large majority of players in the nfl are african-american. jason whitlock is an afric african-american columnist and jovan belcher was african-american. he might have had better insight. the time element was important here. i said this and it was lost on a lot of people. i said that in the aftermath of trage
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